|All Japan Ice hockey Championship|
|No. of teams||8|
|Most recent champion(s)||Nikkō Ice Bucks|
|Most championship(s)||Oji Eagles (35)|
The All Japan Ice hockey Championship (全日本アイスホッケー選手権大会) is an annual ice hockey tournament for Japanese teams, that began in 1930, making the tournament one of the oldest sporting competitions in the country.
The tournament, organized by the Japan Ice Hockey Federation, is an open competition for professional (Japan has four Asia League teams), amateur, and university teams from around the country (limited berths for each region). It is usually played during one week in February in a pre-designated city, with a single-elimination tournament.
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|National ice hockey cups|
|Active||Belarus - Belgium - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bulgaria - Czech Republic - Denmark - France - Germany - Hungary - Italy - Japan - Kazakhstan - Latvia - Netherlands - Poland - Romania - Scotland - Slovenia - Spain - Switzerland|
|Defunct||Estonia - Lithuania - Serbia - Soviet Union - Ukraine - Yugoslavia|
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